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Ressies draw

Returning to SJP, the reserves gave KK only a limited amount to smile about last night as they were held to a 1-1 draw v Citeh. Andy Carroll was one of the few bright sparks, notching for us before Valery Bojinov equalised for the Svennis Second String.

More poignant perhaps was the total lack of effort shown by Shola Ameobi, obviously too wrapped up in his next Cribs appearance to actually give a toss. First teamers Edgar and LuaLua failed to impress the watching KK whilst Tamas Kadar and Wes Baheng also got run outs to help bed them into the English game.




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